Hack Hack until you fall.

Apple is in a dilemma to fix the problem dealing with hackers or its only a rumor is not known. The officials are in silent mode to comment on but this has become a serious issue in terms of the security of the users if real hacking is actually on.


Sources from Symantec revealed that the Apple software is being controlled remotely by unauthorized people, which tend to threat portable devices like the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The chief technology officer for security firm lookout, Kevin Mahaffey on the contrary denies the reports published by Symantec, as told to Reuters. He further added that the he has no idea of any software vulnerability or breach of code that occurred.

Kevin concluded his statement that everybody knows how it works. In the midst of these speculations in the market, the sheer pressure is certainly on the software developers. To ensure engineering of safe and secure software application techies are buzzing with ideas every now and then. Something disappointing behind this is that the only people who are perplexed are customers, who are unaware of what is going on.

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